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Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Alaska): C.J. Hooker


had options coming out of high school where he could have gone to college and played basketball. But the draw of going to UNC and getting a chance to play for the Heels was too much to pass up. So, in 2001, Hooker, a 6-foot-2, 188-pound scoring dynamo from Palmer, AK, (43 miles from Anchorage) made the 3,434-mile trek to Chapel Hill. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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